To uninstall SecuriSync client, perform the following steps:

Windows

  1. Unlink SecuriSync from the computer.
  2. In Control Panel > All Control Panel Items > Programs and Features, right-click SecuriSync in the list and click Uninstall:
    Unlink SecuriSync

When the application is uninstall:

  • Files in the My SecuriSync folder will remain in place, but they will no longer by synced with the cloud
    • Application itself will be removed, but application data will not be removed. This data includes:
    • Encrypted authentication token (that can be decrypted only by the current windows user). It has no relation to user's password
    • Files that were not completely uploaded or downloaded
    • Synchronization history and file lists
    • Application logs

You can manually remove application data after the uninstall. To do that, delete folder %appdata%\SecuriSync. If there were several Windows accounts that used SecuriSync on your computer, this folder should be deleted for each windows account.

Mac

  1. Unlink SecuriSync from the computer.
  2. The uninstall can be performed partially or fully:
    • Simple (partial uninstall):
      1. Delete SecuriSync.app in the Applications folder:
        Simple uninstall
    • What will be removed:
      • Main application itself
      What will be left intact:
      • SecuriSync folder with user's files
      • Some components of the application like finder plugin and scheduled auto-update tasks, but they will be inactivated
      • Synchronization history and file list (local metadata)
      • Application logs
    • Advanced (full uninstall and cleanup):
      1. Run the following command in the terminal. This uninstall script is available for Mac App 2.10 and newer:
        sudo "/Library/Application Support/SecuriSync/uninstall.sh":
        Advanced uninstall
    • What will be removed:
      • Main application itself
      • Components of the application like finder plugin and scheduled auto-update tasks
      What will be left intact:
      • SecuriSync folder with user's files
      • Synchronization history and file lists (local metadata)
      • Application logs